Tomorrow Myth - The Grevy's Zebra (Black Gold edition)


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Grevy's Zebra enamel pins from TOMORROW MYTH collection! These remarkable creatures, native to the grasslands of Eastern Africa, are known for their distinctive narrow stripes and elegant stature. Did you know? The Grevy's Zebra is the largest and most endangered of the three zebra species, making this enamel pin not just a fashion statement, but also a symbol of our commitment to protecting endangered wildlife.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, Grevy's Zebra pin captures the essence of these majestic animals, from their regal bearing to their striking markings. Whether you're a seasoned pin collector or simply someone who appreciates the wonders of nature, this pin is sure to add a touch of wild beauty to your ensemble.


Nowadays there are many endangered animals, which need our helps in order to maintain their existence in this world. If we do not pay attention on these rare animals now, they will probably extinct from the world soon, and our next generation can only know these animals from books or videos, these animals will become a myth to them (just like dinosaurs).

Under this concept, we have picked 6 endangered animals that are relatively rare to public : Tree Pangolin, Iberian lynx, Philippine Eagle, Green Sea Turtle, Grevy's Zebra, Blue Whale. We turn these endangered animals into a myth creature, with a mythical illustration style reference from Shan Hai Jing (山海經), to remind everyone that these animals can be extinct from the world anytime. These myth creatures will be in a pin format, which can be in fashion accessories for daily matching and also an ideal gift to friends.

Facts about Grevy's Zebra

Grevy’s zebra is listed as endangered on the World Conservation Union’s (IUCN’s) Red List of Threatened Animals partly due to hunting for its meat and skins. There are estimated to be 1,500 – 2,000 in the wild. 

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